Published Papers


Perturbing the neuroendocrine stress system: modeling HPA axis to improve diagnosis and quantification of PTSD and related stress disorders, L. U. Kim, M. R. D'Orsogna and T. Chou, submitted (2016)


Onset, timing and exposure therapy of stress disorders: mechanistic insight from a mathematical model of oscillating neuroendocrine dynamics
L. U. Kim, M. R. D'Orsogna and T. Chou, Biol. Direct 11:13, 1-18 (2016)



Talks


A Multiple Timescale Model of HPA Axis Dynamics: Onset, Timing, and Exposure Therapy of Stress Disorders, SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS17), Snowbird, Utah. (May 2017)


Mathematical Models of PTSD, Colloquium, Matador Math Society Colloquium, California State University, Northridge. (November 2015)


Poster presentations


Perturbing the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal stress response system: mathematical modeling to improve diagnosis of post-traumatic and related stress disorders, 61th Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana (February 2017)


Onset, timing, and exposure therapy of stress disorders: mechanistic insight from a mathematical model of oscillating neuroendocrine dynamics, SIAM Life Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts (July 2016)


Dynamics of neuroendocrine stress response: bistability, timing, and control of hypocortisolism, 1st QCBio Annual Retreat, Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biosciences, Lake Arrowhead, California (September 2015)


Transition between stable limit cycles as a model of stress induced dysfunction of the HPA axis, Mathematical Modeling in Biomedicine: The Carol Newton Legacy Symposium, University of California, Los Angeles, California (May 2013)